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Thursday, 23 June 2011

Reports this blog blocked by T-mobile as "adult" content

Reported on Kevin Townsend's blog (and I've no reason to doubt him) is that this blog is now being blocked by T-Mobile as "adult content".

That'll teach me not to upset the censors by writing about the down-side of web blocking, or leaking industry proposals for a national copyright filter that very much warrants public scrutiny.

So are any other ISPs blocking me?



  1. I guess as a T-Mobile user you could remove the adult blocker on your T-Mobile account. I had to the first time I tried accessing Facebook via my mobile. By default, at least then, it was set to on.

    At least your blog isn't being blocked for infantile content ...

  2. O2 does NOT appear to be blocking you.

  3. Fine on Vodafone


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